Doo doo doop, doo doo doop, doo dee doo dee doo doo doop. Doo doo doop, doo doo doop, doo dee doo dee doooo.
OK, so it's not the Chicago Blackhawks that are savaging Roberto Luongo's confidence, but the Bruins should probably buy the rights to Chelsea Dagger to use in their home arena. How hilarious would it be if the B's manage to win Game 5 in Vancouver, play for the Cup at home, and crank that song? It almost seems like poor sportsmanship to re-expose the Canucks of such a traumatic experience, but then hey, it's not like good sportsmanship has been a theme thus far in the series.
Once again, there were late hits, embellishments, and all the drama you could ask for of a Stanley Cup Final. Luongo got pulled, and Thomas was lights-out once again, earning the shutout in a 4-0 game. Oh yeah, and he attacked another Canucks player.
It could be that the territorial advantage of home ice turns out to be the single-biggest factor in deciding the series, but right now, the Canucks look lost. Here's hoping we get to see Tomas Kaberle hoist the Cup.
As a side note, although Kaberle hasn't seen a whole lot of ice in this series (he's been hovering just over sixteen minutes per game), he hasn't made many glaring mistakes defensively, and was a +1 again last night.
Jump for a recap and links.
Recap from NHL.com
Linked mostly for the highlights.
Bruins Flatten Canucks To Tie Series
Matthew Sekeres with a recap at the Globe.
Two Prairie Boys To Lead Winnipeg's Team
Cheveldayoff named GM, former Moose GM named assistant. Story from James Mirtle at the Globe.
Confusion In All Directions On Head-Shot Rule
Those of you who watched the CBC interview about this last night can testify that answers were pretty vague.
Funny thing, that math.
"Wait... What did I just pay for?"
Tyler Dellow with a few thoughts on Lucic.
Conflicting Reports About Brad Richards
From David Johnson at Hockey Analysis.
Saying It Again: Why I Don't Want Another Team In Toronto
Michael Langlois reiterates a few points.